Dublin, Ireland Selected as 2008 Peace Destination

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The Chopra Center for Wellbeing is coming to Dublin, Ireland, where renowned mind-body pioneers Deepak Chopra and David Simon will guide more than 1,000 participants in a week of deep meditation and practices for inner and outer peace.

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We know that when a large group comes together to meditate and experience inner silence, the world shifts a little. Our intention for this event is to help people cultivate peace in their own lives, which will bring about positive changes in the outer world.

This summer in Dublin, Ireland, the Chopra Center co-founders Deepak Chopra and David Simon will present Seduction of Spirit, a special peace event where more than 1,000 people will come together to meditate for six days.

Seduction of Spirit will take place at Dublin's CityWest hotel, where world-renowned author, spiritual advisor, and Chopra Center founder Deepak Chopra and co-founder David Simon will guide the 1,000 participants in deep meditation techniques, daily spiritual yoga classes, and timeless practices for fulfilling the highest of human potential.

"If we want greater harmony and well-being in our lives and in the world, the first step is transforming our awareness -- and the most effective tool for doing so is meditation," said Dr. Chopra. "At our meditation retreat in Dublin, attendees will experience the tangible power of meditation and its life transforming energy. Individuals will learn to open up more creative ways to respond to the everyday stresses and challenges of life."

"We are extremely excited about having Seduction of Spirit in Ireland, a magical setting where we can host people from all over the world to create global peace," said Dr. Simon. "We know that when a large group comes together to meditate and experience inner silence, the world shifts a little. Our intention for this event is to help people cultivate peace in their own lives, which will bring about positive changes in the outer world."

As word of Dublin's Seduction of Spirit has spread, this meditation retreat is being billed as the "Peace Event of 2008."

For more information or to register for the event, please call 888-736-6895 (North America), 353-76-670-9874 (in Europe but outside of Ireland), 076-670-9874 (from within Ireland), or visit http://www.chopra.com/seductionireland.

The Chopra Center for Wellbeing was founded by Deepak Chopra, M.D. and David Simon, M.D. in 1996. Located in Carlsbad, California, the work of the Chopra Center is based upon the fusion of modern Western medicine and the healing arts of the East. The Chopra Center has helped millions of people around the world find peace of mind, physical balance, and emotional healing. The website http://www.chopra.com is your starting point for the path to wellness.

Dr. Deepak Chopra is co-founder of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing and a best-selling author who has written more than 50 books published in 25 languages. He is acknowledged as one of the world's greatest leaders in the field of mind-body medicine. Through the Chopra Center, Dr. Chopra is revolutionizing common wisdom about the crucial connection between body, mind, spirit, and healing.

Dr. David Simon is the co-founder, medical director, and CEO of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing -- as well as a board-certified neurologist and a pioneer in the integration of Western medicine and the healing arts of the East. Dr. Simon is the recipient of a National Institutes of Health grant to study mind-body approaches to health, and has created initiatives to bring holistic health-care programs to medical institutions, community health centers, and health resorts. In addition, he is a best-selling author whose recent books include The Ten Commitments: Translating Good Intentions into Good Choices and Vital Energy: The 7 Keys to Invigorate Body, Mind, and Soul. His latest book is Freedom from Addiction, co-authored with Dr. Deepak Chopra.

Media Contact:
David Greenspan
(760) 494-1610
http://www.chopra.com/seductionireland

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